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Having difficulty getting your team together for training? Our professional courses are the answer! We offer 20+ courses to help you improve quality and personnel. Web-based training is an excellent alternative if you need scheduling flexibility, want access to all of our courses, and wish to train at multiple locations.
- Web-based training is delivered on-line via the internet.
- These courses require an internet connection
- Course is purchased and licensed for each user by the course.
- Can be accessed 24/7/365 from anywhere in the world.
- 5S Workplace Organization
- 8D Problem-Solving
- A3 for Support Processes Training
- Advanced Control Charts
- Advanced Process Capability
- APQP Fundamentals
- DMAIC – The Basics
- DOE: Screening Experiments
- Error-Proofing Support Processes
- FMEA Training for Support Processes
- Gage Training
- GD&T Basics
- Lean Manufacturing
- Lean for Support Processes
- Lean/6 Sigma – Introduction to Lean Six Sigma
- Lean/6 Sigma – The Role of a Lean Six Sigma Champion
- Managing Calibration Programs
- Mapping Office Workflows
- Measurement System Analysis
- Mistake-Proofing Training!
- PPAP – Production Part Approval Process
- Root Cause Analysis with Corrective Action
- SPC – Basic Training
- SPC – Basic Training for the Services
- Varies 2 to 20+ hours
- Review specific details for each course you are interested in.
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- Audio & Video
- Printable certificate for each completion
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DOE: Screening Experiments
This course provides an introduction to the concepts of Design of Experiments along with detailed instruction on how to conduct screening experiments using Placket-Burman and Taguchi techniques.
Basic SPC Training
Basic SPC Training provides a solid understanding of variation and the statistics upon which control charts are based. It covers use of the most common variable and attributes control charts including x-bar & R-charts, moving average charts, p-charts, u-charts, np charts, and c charts as well as basic process capability concepts.
Basic SPC Training (Office/Service Version)
Basic SPC Training provides a solid understanding of variation and the statistics upon which control charts are based. It covers use of the most common variable and attributes control charts including x-bar & R-charts, moving average charts, p-charts, u-charts, np charts, and c charts as well as basic process capability concepts. In this “Service Edition” of Basic SPC Training, examples and terminology are specifically related to the office or transactional environment.
Advanced Control Charts
Selecting and setting up the right type of SPC control chart for a given process is crucial to getting the most benefit from statistical process control. With Advanced Control Charts online training, your in-house experts will be able to apply advanced statistical techniques and concepts throughout your operations. Training topics include selecting and setting up SPC Control charts, determining the best control chart format to use for a given process, identifying different patterns of instability, and knowing what they tell you about a process.
Advanced Process Capability
This course covers how to conduct a process capability study, take action to improve capability and deal with complications in interpreting and analyzing capability measures.
The 5S’s: Workplace Organization
The 5S’s course introduces concepts of workplace organization and walks learners through each of the stages of the 5S process (Sort, Set in Order, Shine, Standardize and Sustain) so that they can apply the techniques in their job and work area. The course includes a road map for implementing the 5S’s along with examples of successes in each 5S stage to help trigger ideas for the learner for their 5S effort.
This course provides learners with a comprehensive understanding of how Lean Manufacturing works in a manufacturing company. Lean concepts (why lean, lean terminology, identifying wastes, Value Stream Mapping methods and the linkage between lean and Six Sigma) and lean practices (streamlining the value stream, workplace organization, ensuring predictability and consistency, set-up reduction, TPM, the visual workplace and continuous improvement) are covered. The course provides the learner with lean implementation suggestions including approaches for addressing people issues, collecting, and analyzing data to plan and track lean efforts, process workflow and layouts options with rationale and a sequential road map.
Lean for Support Processes
This course provides learners with a comprehensive understanding of how Lean Manufacturing works in a transaction or non-manufacturing business. Lean concepts (why lean, lean terminology, identifying wastes, Value Stream Mapping methods and the linkage between lean and Six Sigma) and lean practices (streamlining the value stream, workplace organization, ensuring predictability and consistency, the visual workplace and continuous improvement) are covered. The course provides the learner with lean implementation suggestions including approaches for addressing people issues, collecting, and analyzing data to plan and track lean efforts, process workflow and layouts options with rationale and a sequential road map.
Introduction to Lean Six Sigma
This course introduces learners to the fundamentals of lean and Six Sigma as complementary, additive methodologies that focus on both waste and variation reduction. An overview of the supporting infrastructure needed to sustain the effort is covered as well as examples of Lean Six Sigma application in manufacturing, the office, order entry, warehousing and distribution, sales, and R&D.
A3 for Support Processes Training
This training will equip A3 problem-solving team members with the tools and process to solve problems using the A3 approach. Similar to most problem-solving models, A3 Problem-Solving is based on the Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle. In addition to detailed instruction on each of the nine steps of the A3 process, learners follow an actual A3 project throughout the course of the training. This helps bring the concepts to life and enables participants to see how the tools, techniques and process will work with their own projects. Upon successful completion of this training, participants will be ready to work on A3 problem-solving teams. This training is specifically focused on non-manufacturing examples throughout the course, so it is perfect for people who work in support processes such as accounting, human resources, purchasing, etc.
Mapping Office Workflows
Mapping Office Workflows helps office workers create visual representations of processes that they work in and provides them with tools that help unveil different aspects of their workflow and see the processes they work in from different angles. By using one or more of the mapping tools covered (Brown-Paper Flow, Workflow Diagrams, Flowcharting, Value-Stream Mapping), learners will be able to identify the causes of nagging problems and take action to remedy them.
FMEA Training for Support Processes
Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) for Support Processes Training provides step-by-step instructions on how to conduct traditional (RPN) Process-FMEAs (PFMEAs) in a non-manufacturing setting. Learners completing this training will be able to effectively participate on an FMEA team and make immediate contributions to quality and productivity improvement efforts.
This course arms learners with a comprehensive background on mistake-proofing techniques focusing on problem prevention rather than problem detection/correction. Practical tools to design and implement mistake-proofing solutions are presented. The course includes approximately 150 examples of mistake-proofed solutions to provide learners with visual and mental triggers to mistake-proof their own processes.
Error-Proofing Support Processes
Error-Proofing Support Processes is designed specifically for those working in offices and transactional environments. This course explores how to error-proof transactional processes by studying both the server-side (service provider) and the customer-side of the transaction. The course provides learners with techniques to uncover the root cause of errors and then prevent their recurrence.
Gage Training is metrology, gage and GD&T training designed for operators and technicians who use dimensional gages in their jobs. Learners are introduced to basic dimensional metrology concepts including an introduction to geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T) and the fundamentals of surface finishes. Gage Training also covers how to take measurements with the most frequently used dimensional instruments including calipers, micrometers, height and depth gages, fixed gages, gage blocks and surface plates and helps learners understand how to avoid common measuring mistakes.
Precision parts require precision measurements and that starts with knowing how to read blueprints and engineering drawings so that the proper measurements can be taken. In this course, learners will be introduced to key terms used in metrology and GD&T and how to read and interpret basic engineering drawing and GD&T symbols.
Managing Calibration Programs
The Managing Calibration Programs course will help learners learn about the importance of measurement device calibration management.
Measurement System Analysis
MSA (Measurement Systems Analysis) online training includes detailed tutorials on many measurement system analysis techniques including how to conduct and analyze GR&R (Gage Repeatability and Reproducibility) Studies. A GR&R is the accepted technique for evaluating the level of variation in a measurement system and determining if the measurement system is acceptable for use. Measurement System Analysis covers techniques for analyzing the variation within a measurement system, determining its suitability for use, and ways to improve measurement systems. The GR&R analysis techniques used in the MSA online training program are in compliance with IATF 16949/AIAG methods.
Fundamentals of APQP
Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP) originated to provide a common, standardized process for planning, developing, and communicating the requirements and status of new products and services between suppliers and their customers. The Fundamentals of APQP course help learners understand the five phases of the APQP process and apply it to the development of new products and their corresponding processes.
This course teaches learners how to solve problems in a team setting using the 8-D (8-Discipline) problem-solving method. The course includes tutorials on dozens of problem-solving tools that help identify, analyze, and fix problems.
The Basics of DMAIC
This course is a variation of the “DMAIC Problem-Solving” course. Its strong focus on Value Stream Mapping aligns the course with a Lean Six Sigma approach. The course includes tutorials on many problem-solving tools that help identify, analyze, and fix problems.
The Role of a Lean Six Sigma Champion
The Role of a Lean Six Sigma Champion course gives champions the knowledge they need to successfully mentor project teams and bridge the gap between black belts and organization management. Participants learn how to keep teams aligned with core business objectives, stay focused and achieve success.
Root Cause Analysis with Corrective Action
Root Cause Analysis with Corrective Action leads the learner through a four-step process for uncovering and tackling sources of problems and defects so that root causes can be addressed, and the resulting problems eliminated for good.